211 Ruthers Road, Richmond 23235  Suite # 204                                     804.276.6566  

 




 

About Olivia
Olivia Foster exudes peace.  Her spirit is one that welcomes calmness and a sense of oneness.  Her welcoming and soothing nature combined with her professional experience, allow her to excel at her ability to create a complete wellness transformation program for each person that crosses her threshold.



Because she connects with the spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical by paying close attention to all five senses, she considers it a privilege to spend time with you .  She opened Open Hands Massage Care in 2004 simply because she wants to care for people without the rush and fuss that working for others may mandate. 

Olivia has been a licensed massage therapist since 1995, having graduated from the Richmond Academy of Massage.  She is also a certified chiropractic assistant, and, in 2004, received certification in raw food preparation.  Olivia received her Lay Health Promoter and Wellness Coach from Cross-Over Ministry, Inc.  She is a member of Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals, and is on the advisory board of The MedSpa Institute in Richmond, Virginia.  Her technique is fluid in motion, purposeful in pressure, and nurturing in content.  She is the owner/operator of the Open Hands Massage Care in Richmond, VA.  Olivia is married to Michael Foster, and has three children and five grandchildren.


An Experience Worth Sharing!

Julie Pierce

(Cancer Survivor) Administrative Assistant

Expresses:  I let the housekeeper go but I could not let go of my massage therapy.  In the beginning I considered it a luxury, I now consider it a necessity.  It is a part of my recovery program and what I do to maintain my overall health.


Mac Canada
Retired Construction Company Owner
Receives 1/2  Massage
Weekly since 2003

Comments:  I suffer from general anxiety, degenerative neurological disorder, and restless leg syndrome. Regular massage keeps me feeling leveled out.  The feelings of anxiety and depression have lessened, and my quality of life has improved 60%. 


Betsy Garner
Registered Nurse
Massage care since 2001

States:  Regular massages help with relaxation and muscle tension.  I have spinal stenosis and the massages also help with this condition. 




 


Website Builder